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PDFs/EPUBs/MOBIs

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Is there any excellent site to get all kinds of books for sciences and math?

Big Bang

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If the Law of Conservation of Matter states that matter can not be created nor destroyed, then where did all of the matter from the big bang come from? Where do we think anything comes from if it couldn't be created?

CLARITY

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So I'd like to freeze-dry my brain because it seems cheaper than cryonics. The ultrastructural preservation is not that bad, but the sample becomes too brittle. Would this transparent brain technique help with that?
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Hey /sci/, if I have a car that weighs 1280 kg and there's a retarding force of 450 N, how do I find out the force required to move it?
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Do you guys know of a documentary that has people doing an autopsy on a human body in front of a live audience? >pic unrelated

Calculating the Time taken to complete a cycle on the London Eye

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Can anybody lend a hand with this? What'd be the time taken to complete a cycle riding the London Eye? Given the following >Dia = 120m >Rad = 60m >Circ = 424m Many pages say at average 30minutes, and through using the figures of 0.6 mph(speed a capsule moves) and 424m (circumference) you reach around 26mins 21secs How exactly do you -reach- this conclusion without use of a precise converter?
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What do you guys do to eliminate test/exam anxiousness? Just took an important calculus test, and I bombed it hard. They were pretty easy questions about second and third derivatives and applications of them, all of which I studied for beforehand, did reviews for, etc., etc. But come the test, I slipped up on simple algebra shit, started having a panic attack, and ended up not being able to finish more than half the test. Right afterwards, I looked at my review, and in 5 seconds could tell the exact mistakes I made on the test, and how I could have fixed them. How the fuck do I get over test anxiety? I'm really pissed right now, it wasn't even a hard test, I should have been able to get perfect on it.
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/sci/ I need your help, I try my hardest and study and practice math all the time, but when it comes time to apply it on a test I always forget integral steps or self doubt myself on how to approach a problem with the correct steps. How do you know what processes to use when you approach a math? problem?
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Any good p chem/quantum chem pages? I can't find anything on normalizing pi MO wavefunctions in Huckel formalism. Or anything particularly idiot proof. I get that quantum is difficult in itself, but fuck's sake. Assume I know nothing.

Partial Fractions

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Where are my Mathletes? I've never done a partial fraction this long
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Grad school thread. Anyone made their decisions. I'm bound for Indiana University for Chemical Physics. I'm going to work with de Souza on neutron star shit.

I think it's a cipher II

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Okay, the old thread started going down so here's the new one. You can view the old thread online right here: https://archive.installgentoo.net/sci/thread/5684052 or download a ZIP file I prepared, containing the old thread in PDF format and with all full-size images included: http://www.megafileupload.com/en/file/412178/cipher-zip.html
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Ask me about a math concept, and I will do my best to explain it. Picture related.
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>spend 12 years of my life home schooled >mom and dad teach me some basic math stuff, like finding the area of a triangle, addition +subtraction etc >ignore standards for math education. >go to community college, be tested, and be placed in pre-algebra class. >first semester everyone around me is a bumbling idiot, or an immigrant Kill me /sci/ My dreams of being a docter are crushed. I'm 18.
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Let g(x)=x/(x^2-1) Find the following: X Intercepts Y Intercepts Horizontal and Vertical Asymptotes The behavior of g(x) near vertical asymptotes Thanks /sci/, looking forward to learning.
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If the sun is 93 million miles away and the speed of light is 860,000 mph, how come when I look up I immeditaly see the sun and it doesnt take like 2 minutes?

Maximum procrastination

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i'm taking an AI and object oriented programming course remotely this semester (working from home) this is my graduating semester i also need to fix up two Fs from a few semesters ago, one from a SQL databases class (final project basically exploded at the last minute, no credit) and one for a software engineering elective i have 17 days before i need to turn in all my work i have barely started on either class. at all. aside from reading a few chapters of the AI book you think YOU procrastinate?

Organic chem

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Are there any chem gods on /sci/? I cannot for the life of my understand organic chem at all. If you could please give a good explanation I would be really grateful.
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I need to be able to complete the equation for the ionization of an Arrhenius acid (or base) in water, given just the acid or base and its state. I'm not going to post what the exact problems are because first, I don't want to get banned for asking you to do my homework for me, and second, I don't want you to do my homework for me; I'd just like some help in understanding -how- to do it. Could someone please walk me through this?
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>mfw people try to apply quantum mechanics to reality






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